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Pulse October Update: All teams aboard 🚢

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In October 2021, we’ve shipped a new set of features to pulse.codacy.com designed to help your team stay on course on their journey to Elite performance.

Share dashboards with teammates

Make sure everyone on your team has visibility over their metrics. Share the Pulse dashboards with your entire team by enabling the feature “Joining via email domain” on the Organization members page.

This is the most convenient way of ensuring that all the members of your company have access to the Pulse dashboards. When this option is enabled, anyone who signs up to Pulse using an email address from your company automatically joins your Pulse organization.

joining-email-domain

New team filters

When using the dashboards, now you’ll also have the possibility to view data for one or more teams.

If you are using the CLI for pushing data, you’ll need to adjust the data you are sending; check the updated documentation for the details on the new team parameter. If you are using the GitHub integration, no configuration is required as we’ve automatically imported your GitHub teams.

Just like the existing filters, the new filters remember the selected values between visits to the app.

Pulse filters

Smarter filters

For dashboards with a lot of systems or teams, it can be hard to know what entities have data when you are filtering the dashboards.

To address that, the UI now disables the selection of options that wouldn’t affect the dashboards because they wouldn’t add any data point to the already selected filters. For example, these cues let you know which teams have data for the selected systems and vice-versa.

Pulse smart filters

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